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Eyes Of Warning - Jaguar By Simon Combes

By Simon Combes

Eyes of Warning by Simon Combes

Simon Combes is best known for his paintings of African wildlife, but his deepest passion was the great cats of the world. In 1994 Combes, along with Greenwich Workshop founder Dave Usher, circled the globe to find and paint ten of the world’s most magnificent felines. The jaguar of South America proved to be the most elusive of the collection, and the resulting portrait became one of Combes’ most celebrated works.

“I spent time with Reina, a thirteen year old female jaguar, at a 125,000-acre ranch in Venezuela called Hato El Frio where wildlife is protected,” wrote Simon Combes in his journal of the trip."

“Previously, I had been concerned about how to show in my paintings the difference between jaguar and leopard. Having seen Reina, I will never forget. A jaguar is a bigger and more thickset animal, with powerful legs and a heavy head and jaw. Her coat was very short, shiny and a rich russet-gold that made her invisible in dappled sunlight, only ten yards away. The spots are bold and those on the flanks are large rough circles with several black dots inside—very different from a leopard’s rosettes.” ~ Simon Combes

Eyes of Warning - Jaguar by Simon Combes is available for sale as a signed and numbered limited edition giclee canvas with a large 28 x 37 image size priced at $1,250 unframed. LOW INVENTORY.

Order yours today. All artwork is professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Simon Combes African wildlife art prints on sale framed any way you want or unframed. A high quality painting of a large Leopard in a river was published as a canvas in February of 2008.

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Print 25-1/2 x 19-1/4 Image Size 950 Please Inquire Click to Inquire
Limited Edition Giclee Canvas 28 x 37 Image Size 125 $1,250.00

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